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Can anyone think of other examples of great typography design at airports? Lots of airports, especially European ones, use the bland Frutiger.

In June 2012 Vienna International Airport opened a new terminal…designed by architectural venture Itten-Brechbühl/Baumschlager-Eberle, with signage by Intégral Ruedi Baur. Typotheque developed a custom version of Fedra Sans for the Airport.

The team worked for 8 years on the signage design, which includes a stunning 50-meter long wall where illuminated LED characters inform visitors of approaching planes.



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